Strategic Programs for Social Projects: Milieu Situational Analysis, Planning and Implementation of PBCs

A) Partaking Analysis: includes community’s viewpoints and perceptions thus allowing to more clearly identifying problems, plan activities and articulate decision making in accordance to stakeholders’ (pressure groups) interest.

B) Intervention Strategies: occur to game theory and innovation management tools, helping to develop managing models with function-objectives for any given process.

C) Analysis of Scenarios and time series: permit to develop planning processes with ex-ante analysis and ex-post simulations. With the aid of these tools is possible to take better and more objective decisions accounting for the results of any proposal/project implementation.

D) Assembly and Planning of Programs Benefitting Communities: gear to strengthen the relationship with the communities. They seek social gaps reduction and fulfill sustainable development goals. With the support of described above factors, different types of PBCs could be attained: productive projects, food security programs, improvement of environment living conditions of communities and institutional strengthening, among others.

E) PBCs Follow up: relay to its execution and implementation